Category: Miller, Derek B.
Derek B. Miller’s American By Day is that rare breed of crime novel that actually has something to say, and wants to make you think. Amidst an enthralling murder mystery are musings on the differences between American and Scandinavian cultures, analysis on race relations within the American justice system, and an examination of police brutality. […]
We’re not short of novels examining the troubled landscape of the Middle East and the West’s foreign policy, and if I’m totally honest, I had little interest in reading another. But having heard such good things about Derek B. Miller’s previous novel, Norwegian by Night, and then Jon Page’s thoughts on The Girl in Green – […]